Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

Budgeting

Bud​geting Services is responsible for the myriad of tasks associated with planning, developing, presenting, monitoring, and improving the System's budget formulation and execution programs, manpower / position allocation and control systems, and student enrollment forecasting and reporting.

The department also serves as the coordinator for administration of the district’s Federal Education Rate (ERATE) program. Recent accomplishments include Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) Award for Excellence (1997) and the GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award (18 consecutive years). Also the Budgeting department has been awarded the Association of School Business Officials International (ASBO) Meritorious Budget Award for Fiscal Years 2009-2017.

​Copies of the entire Fiscal Year Adopted Budgets are available for review at Bull Street Public Library and at the Board of Education Building, 208 Bull Street.


  
  
9 - Fund 3XX Capital Projects -.pdf
  
8 - Fund 200 Debt Service.pdf
  
7 - Fund 100 General Fund.pdf
  
6 - Expenditure Summary.pdf
  
5 - Revenue Summary.pdf
  
4 - Financial Policies.pdf
  
3 - Planning for the Future -.pdf
  
28 - Glossary.pdf
  
27 - Appendices-.pdf
  
26 - Non-Departmental.pdf
  
25 - Facilites Management.pdf
  
24 - Safe Schools.pdf
  
23 - Financial Services.pdf
  
22 - Data and Information.pdf
  
21 - Human Resources.pdf
  
20 - Support Services.pdf
  
2 - District Overview.pdf
  
19 - Executive Management.pdf
  
18  - Communications and Community Engagement.pdf
  
17 - Academic Services.pdf
  
16 - Other Educational Programs.pdf
  
15 - High Schools.pdf
  
14 - Middle Schools-.pdf
  
13 - K-8 Schools.pdf
  
12 - Elementary Schools-.pdf
  
11 - Interanl Service Fund - 710-741.pdf
  
10 - Special Revenue Funds - 412-6XX.pdf
  
1- Executive Summary.pdf
  
0 - Preface - Table of Contents -.pdf
  

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